The University Life Assessment Council meets on a regular basis to discuss the effectiveness of our assessment efforts and to plan for future assessment activities at the unit and division levels.
- •Assist units with the implementation of purpose-driven assessment initiatives.
- • Review and recommend resources to enhance unit and divisional assessment efforts.
- • Identify gaps and opportunities for division-level collaboration on assessment projects.
- • Support division-level assessment training efforts.
- • Promote communication across the division with respect to assessment practices and results.
2016-2017 University Life Assessment Council Members
Associate Director, University Life Assessment
Associate Director for Outreach and Internationalization, International Programs and Services
Associate Director, Off-Campus Student Services, Orientation, Family Programs and Services
Julie Choe Kim
Director, Graduate Student Life, University Life
Associate Director, Family Programs and Services, Orientation, Family Programs and Services
Director, Special Diversity Initiatives, University Life
Patient Advocate, Student Health Services
Assistant Director, Club Sports, Mason Recreation
Assistant Director of Residential Education, Housing and Residence Life
Associate Director, Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education
Associate Director, Fraternity and Sorority Life, Office of Student Involvement
Associate Director, Student Professional Development, University Career Services
LuLu Geza Kelemen
Assistant Director, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, & Questioning (LGBTQ) Resources
Associate Director, Disability Services
Graduate Professional Assistant for Patriot Experience, University Life
The University Life Assessment Council welcomes submissions for "Assessment Idol".
This process awards and recognizes effective assessment efforts in University Life year round. Nominations are reviewed by the UL Assessment Council during monthly meetings and are awarded regularly. These entries may either be self-nominated or submitted by a colleague, supervisor, or University partner. Nominations should focus on "Illuminating Assessment", with examples being:
• Applying assessment results to drive change in programs, services or policies.
• Sharing assessment results outside of the unit.
• Outstanding assessment competency development.
• Innovative design and thinking around assessment planning.
• Demonstrated commitment to assessment in University Life.
Includes nominator and nominated names and why.
Award includes certificate, prize, as well as recognition on UL Assessment website, social media, and in UL Director’s meetings.